Jonas Lindgren - The Heavenly Reed Plains GPY#002 - - - So maybe glitch punk didn't die, maybe it was just asleep after all?! So it seems, since there is a new outburst of lo-fi drones, hissing static and hummable melodies dying to catch your attention. - - - Recorded at various locations during 2005, mixed and mastered at Nyckelpigan in September 2005. http://www.glitchpunkyouth.com Topic: Drone Pop
Jonas Lindgren - Saltholmen GPY#001 The latest bustle of activities from Jonas Lindgren have resulted in a damned fine little EP. "Saltholmen" is nothing short of stunning in it's soft spoken and understated subtleness. I've had the pleasure of following Lindgrens' progression and musical growth up close over that past few years, and regardless if it's earpiercing noise, pseudo-academic EAM, droning isolationism or more recently brittle little melodies combined with pristine field... ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Drone Pop
After the release of Bleeding Light, Aarktica did a short West Coast tour with most of the full live band. During this trip the band was invited to perform live on the air at KUCI in Irvine, CA. These tracks, recorded live, capture the rawness, tension & dynamics of Bleeding Light-era Aarktica & represent the only live shows done outside of New York City for this album. A very different animal than the on-record Aarktica most know, the live shows of this era featured the virtuosity of... Topics: Aarktica, drone pop
A response to current events? A fever dream? A strange idea? "Unholy Swirly" is all of these things and more. Mystified has added something to his oscillating drone textures: pop motifs. The basslines, rhythms and other parts seemed to grow very naturally from the background drones, creating, altogether, a kind of music that really floats. Topic: ambient,drone,pop,techno
All source sounds recorded on a Sanyo M-5799 micro cassette recorder between the 10th and 14th of October, 2005. Edited and processed on the 13th and 14th of October 2005. Dedicated to the shards and the scars you left behind. www.deadwords.org ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Antimusic, Drone Pop Source: Dead Letters Spell Out Dead Words
Death rock that's mostly glitch and doom, somewhat reminiscent of 8bit music. A few bright surprises. Oct - Nov 2013 Topics: philadelphia music, synthpunk, synth punk, bum punk, drone pop, ghost punk, beat music, bauhaus,...